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CunningFox Presents in North Charleston Feb. 1, at 7pm.
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Beauty In the Bride's Portrait

by Douglas Carr Cunningham -             
Stan Foxworthy, with CunningFox Photo Education, demonstrates a connection between bridal portraits of a long-ago past, and the beauty of the bridal today, with a bit of 2016 dash. 
        With wedding season arriving soon, a bridal portrait cannot wait. Such a wonderful tradition, the bride's portrait, which dates from the earliest visual renderings of women in pomp and circumstance. Personality, lighting and elegance must be handled well by today's photo artist, to reveal beauty of the one about to be married. A master of light, Foxworthy illuminates the discussion of taking the perfect bridal portrait February 1, at 7pm. in North Charleston. 
        Some of the earliest, and most treasured photographs--by the 1850s--were taken of brides; thus, the bridal portrait created by photography was born.The 1826 invention of photography by Niépce heralded a completely new approach by artists to capture the human portrait, from painting to the metallic image. By the 1850s, with the help of daguerrotype technology, photographic portraiture was doggone popular throughout the developed world.
        In the studio or on location, Foxworthy's knowledge of lighting and posing is unsurpassed in Charleston, the wedding city.
All are invited to the show, at 4820 Jenkins Ave., North Charleston, at the Olde Village Community Building. It is open to the public, February 1, 2016, starting at 7pm.
     
       
        


 
On location formal                        by Douglas Carr Cunningham  

Come to 4820 Jenkins Ave. North Charleston, the Olde Community Bldg.,  Feb 1, at 7pm. (Turn left after North Charleston High.)
A Victorian-era bride in the 1850s poses as if it is 2016.
A modern high-key portrait                by Stan Foxworthy.
Copyright © 2016 Douglas Carr Cunningham, All rights reserved.